Posts Tagged“wellness”

No matter the type of healthcare office you run, you should have a number one goal at the end of the day. That is is making sure each patient coming through that front door leaves in better shape than they came in. That said are you taking all the needed steps to better ensure such a thing happens? The failure to do so could lead to some or many clients heading off to your competition. So, take the time to review your actions to make sure you are meeting the needs of clients as much as possible. Make Your Office…

For many years, eastern countries have been using alternative methods and medicines to treat illnesses. Recently, these practices have made their way over to the western world. These alternative healing methods include herbal remedies and the use of crystals. As society has shifted focus to their health and well-being, so have the views on holistic medicine. Read on to learn more about alternative healing methods, and how they can help you. Crystals In recent years, the use of crystals for healing has become very popular. The basis of crystal use has borrowed philosophies from Hinduism and Buddhism. We use them…

Many people have trouble sleeping and go months without receiving the solid night of sleep their body needs to operate at a high capacity. If this is you or someone you know, you might be blaming your surroundings for why you can’t sleep, but you should first turn inward. Most times, people sabotage their own efforts to sleep by the activities they do during the day. You might have to deal with toxic people and suffer from emotional abuse at work on a daily basis, and these conflicts could be the reason why you’re not able to unwind and relax at…

Maintaining healthy eating habits is challenging year-round, especially during the holiday season when friends and family come together often—usually to eat. However, eating healthy around the holidays doesn’t mean you have to miss out on delicious seasonal flavors. With some creativity in the kitchen, you can enjoy decadent meals and desserts without sacrificing your diet. For this year’s celebrations, consider making one of these healthy but heavenly recipes:  1. Southern Living’s Smoky Cedar-planked Salmon  Salmon is rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, and B vitamins. It’s a superfood known to reduce the risk of heart disease. One way to…

Unhealthy habits have a knack for catching up with us…and during COVID-19, that schedule becomes accelerated. While we’re not trying to say that everyone with bad habits will catch Coronavirus, certain aspects of our lifestyle can compile into making it easier to catch. From poor sleep to not wearing a mask, there are a few different factors that could potentially make you more susceptible to catching the virus. And if this is something that you’ve been trying to avoid, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common habits that could lead to infection, as well as how to…